High Street Hill Association Annual Meeting May 1


Come one, come all to the High Street Hill Association’s Annual Meeting, Monday May 1st, 2017 at the Latvian Lutheran Church – 58 Irving Street — beginning at 6 pm with a Potluck Dinner (A-F please bring a salad, G-M a main dish, and N-Z dessert), wine and beer.

Our program will begin promptly at 7 pm, featuring A Conversation with Daniel C. O’Leary, Brookline’s Chief of Police. Chief O’Leary has been a member of the police department for nearly 40 years and chief of the department for the past two decades. Accompanying him will be several colleagues from the Brookline Police Department. Topics to be discussed include:

• Officer training in cultural differences and diversity

• Anti-discrimination and workplace safety polices

• Brookline as a “Sanctuary City”

• Impact of marijuana sales in Brookline

The HSHA Annual Business Meeting and Board Election will follow. The 2017 HSHA Board Candidate Slate is as follows:

Wendy Machmuller, President
Anthony Flint, Vice President
John Carpenter, Secretary
Matt Hyatt, Treasurer
Elizabeth Childs
Liz Craig-Olins (new)
Christopher Gates
Kim Ozaki
Diana Post
Margaret Talcott
Erik Wurster

Many thanks to Diana Post, who is stepping down as president after four years, and outgoing board member Andy Olins for their service to the neighborhood.

Pill Hill is a great place to live!

If you live in the Pill Hill Local Historic District, the High Street Hill Association is your neighborhood organization. The HSHA is committed to fostering and promoting the common interests of the residents. Please support your neighborhood by joining the HSHA each year. Check out our website at www.highstreethill.org Follow us on Facebook

All politics is local

There’s no better expression of democracy than engaging in local government. To continue the dialogue, the Greater Point Neighborhood Association and High Street Hill Neighborhood Association present a special Candidates Forum, Thursday, April 13th
7:00-9:00 PM at the Lincoln School Cafeteria.

Brookline residents running for these townwide offices will present their ideas for the Town, and answer questions:

E-mail your questions to gpna02445@gmail.com